THE BING CROSBY - ROSEMARY CLOONEY SHOW
In 1960, Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney teamed together in The Bing Crosby - Rosemary Clooney Show on CBS. This was a 20 minute show aimed at female listeners and was broadcast at 11:40 a.m. daily. Bing and Rosie would tape the dialogue weeks in advance and songs would be interpolated. The songs would usually feature Bing and Rosie singing solos and often a duet. Songs were repeated on many occasions. Murdo MacKenzie was again the producer. The shows commenced on February 29, 1960 and continued without a break until November 2, 1962 when Bing's long association with radio in the USA effectively ended.
Excerpted from "Bing Crosby - The Radio Directories" compiled by Lionel Pairpoint. Reprinted with permission.
NOTE: Updated Release! Titles and numbering of shows corrected (13-Mar-2011).
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Series Name: The Bing Crosby - Rosemary Clooney Show
Certification Status: Accurate
Certification Date: October 10, 2010
Certification Version: Version 2
Number of CDs: 4
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